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This holiday weekend will be spent on my back changing my slave cylinder and rear brakes. Any special tricks or short cuts I should know about when changing the slave cylinder? I have changed rear brakes before, but this time I am pulling a hub and changing a backing plate on one side as well. I have wheel cylinders, backing plates, bearings, seals and a brake bleeder. I feel a few busted knuckles coming on!

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Its a worthwhile investment to get a good one. I had some cheap ones...broke 3 out of 4, until I finally went out and got a higher quality one with a lifetime warranty.

Matt

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Its a worthwhile investment to get a good one. I had some cheap ones...broke 3 out of 4, until I finally went out and got a higher quality one with a lifetime warranty.

Matt

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